Nikon D7100 - the end of high-end DX?

Started Feb 21, 2013 | Discussions thread
SMPhoto
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Re: Nikon D7100 - the end of high-end DX?
In reply to hjulenissen, Feb 22, 2013

hjulenissen wrote:

SMPhoto wrote:

But obviously everything else wasn't equal in his comparison. The 800's sensor is larger.

None of this means that I don't think that the D7100 will not provide the highest level of detail of any DX camera Nikon, or likely anyone else, has ever produced. I'm sure it will. I'm just not ready to say that it will take the crown away from the D800/E.

I thought you were comparing the D7000 to the D7100. Those are probably fairly close to "everything else being equal". I'd rather have the dense 7100 than the less dense 7000.

D7100 vs D800 includes so many fundamental differences, I dont understand why you would care about comparing them.

-h

I didn't, that's my whole point. My comment was in reply to a poster that said "Resolution king!! Higher pixel density than D800 with no low pass!"

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